MCV: 3D technology in the home has yet to achieve mass penetration in any sector. Sales of compatible TVs may be increasing, but they have yet to claim a majority of households.
some games - yes
do i think they need it now no but do i think its cool yes
Hell yea! Gaming needs new experiences always! BTW...Uncharted3 in 3D is SICK! U may never play it another way. Game on!
I play halo aniversary, wipeout hd and killzone 3 in 3D and they look stunning so yes have the option in there to play in 3D. Try before you invest in a 3D tv because it may not be for everyone. It might be to much strain on the eyes for some people and for children at an age of 5 to 10 they recomend not to watch 3D tv because of eye development.
Sorry I don't agree I don't like wearing glassess to play a game for extended times. My friend has a 3-D samsung and he hardly uses the 3-D glassess. Just my two cents
Hell no! Not for me anyway.
Not at the current prices. As of now it's a gimmick
Problem is, when 3D mode is enabled, the games visual assets tend to drop drastically. This combined with a lower frame-rate and resolution doesn't make it appealing. If SONY is truly damn serious about pushing 3D in it's games. Then they should have a dedicated chipset that would natively input 3D on top of the GPU/CPU. After all, in order to judge the feature fairly, no compromises must be made when the 3D is enabled. Meaning both resolution, graphics AND frame-rate must NOT be affected. So far only PC versions could implement this properly. And judging from many comments it really does make the difference.
It absolutely is the next frontier for gaming. The 3DS proves this with some amazing experiences. It truly adds another dimension to gaming. Perhaps the PS4 will do this with the appropriate hardware and no loss of quality.
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